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Movado HS288 Tempo-Matic

Movado, meaning “always in motion”,  was Founded in 1905 by Achilles Ditesheim who had been making watches since he was just ...

Winning bid: $820.00

Enicar Jump Hour Automatic

The Enicar Jump Hour Automatic was produced in the 1970’s and features a digital readout on an automatic watch.

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Winning bid: $1,200.00

Must De Cartier Tank

Andy Warhol famously said, “I don’t wear a Tank to tell the time. In fact, I never wind it. I wear a Tank because it’s the w...

IMG 4545
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Movado Datron HS360

In the 1960’s and 70’s Movado had a partnership with Zenith that gave them access to the 3019PHC El Primero movement, and they...

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Omega De Ville Retailed By Meister

The Omega De Ville line was first introduced in 1967 as a more dressy alternative to many of the tool and sport watches that Omega...

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Tissot T12 “Navigator” Worldtime

The Navigator model line dates back to 1953 when it was introduced as the world first mass-produced 24-hour time zone wristwatch, ...

IMG 5091
Winning bid: $16,101.00

Rolex GMT Root Beer

The GMT seen here is a reference 126711CHNR, colloquially known as a Root Beer. It is distinguished by its black and brown bezel a...

IMG 5102
Winning bid: $3,150.00

IWC Pilot Chronograph “Le Petit Prince”

First produced in 2016, this chronograph “Le Petit Prince” is a great representation of what modern IWC is all about, taking d...

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Winning bid: $775.00

J.P. Pingouin Cruisemaster

The J.P. Pingouin Cruisemaster watch is a singularly focused timepiece; it’s raison d'être is to indicate the ebb and flow of t...

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Winning bid: $3,770.00

Omega Speedmaster ref. 145.022-76

With so many Speedmasters having come into production, condition is everything and the condition of this case is very sharp.

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Breitling Chronomat ref. 808

Breitling’s Chronomat was among the first innovations of the great Willy Breitling, dating back to 1942.

Winning bid: $400.00

Kelton Marlin Sport Calendar

Kelton is often thought of as the French arm of Timex, and for good reason, because it was!